-2006 Kansas Most Improved Player
2006: Freshman Season
Played in 41 games for the Jayhawks and started 27 behind the plate ... Dubbed KU's Most Improved Player by her teammates and coaches at the end of the year ... Had a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage behind the plate in 41 games ... Recorded the first hit of her career against Oklahoma State on April 1 ... Notched her first stolen base of the year against Eastern Michigan on March 10 ... Totaled 11 or more putouts on four occasions.
Four-time softball letterwinner at Paola High School ... Four-time all-league selection ... All-state selection in 2004 ... Four-year letterwinner in volleyball ... Four-time all-league selection ... All-state selection in 2005 ... Four-year basketball letterwinner ... Three-time first team all-league selection ... Honorable mention all-state in 2003 and second team all-state selection in 2004 and 2005 ... Coached in softball by Deb Leonard and Troy Collier.
Played for the Explosion and was coached by Gregg Hall.
Born Tiffany Lyn Craner on Aug. 8, 1987 ... Mother is Teri Craner ... Has one brother, Justin ... Greatest accomplishment off the field is maintaining a 3.98 GPA ... Came to KU because of the awesome traditions and all the different opportunities ... Her favorite things about playing softball at Kansas are the friendships she's developed and the opportunity to travel all over the country ... Most memorable sports moment is catching the Big 12 Championship game.